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As far as I can tell, the code on your site only helps with validating the data, not stopping the Row Leave event entirely.

Regards, Matt Cor Ligthert [MVP] wrote: In many places in my application, I have a Data Grid View which users can either enter data into or use as a method of navigation in a master/detail form view.

- This posting is provided "as is" with no warranties and confers no rights. So we should check the leaving row and validate it, if not valid, we can set e. Hope this helps Best regards, Jeffrey Tan Microsoft Online Partner Support Get Secure!

Matt, I was having the same issue, and have found a work around (maybe not ideal, but it works).

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Jeffrey, Though I original thought that this would work, I have since realized that the Row Validation event does not trigger at a time which makes it feasible to stop a user from leaving a row when there is theoretically invalid data in the record.

Is there any way to make solely use the information on the row it was leaving?

Update: It appears it simply validates both when you are attempting to exit a row and when you are attempting to enter one.

So the real question would be how to stop it from running the function if it's entering the row.

The issue is that the validation event seems to pull information from the row you're entering, as opposed to the row you're leaving.

For instance: I want to check if the First Name field is empty ("") and stop the user from moving if it is.